Articles

You can find my full CV here

Some recent work

Disruptive innovation and spatial inequality (2022), Regional Studies. (with Sergio Petralia and Michael Storper).
Published version (Open Access)

Are mixed neighborhoods more socially cohesive? Evidence from Nanjing, China (2022), Urban Geography. (with Ying Wang).
Published version (Open Access)

Local Job Multipliers Revisited (2021), Journal of Regional Science. (with Taner Osman).
Published version (Free to read)

Does assimilation shape the economic value of immigrant diversity?(2021), Economic Geography. (with Silje Haus-Reve, Abigail Cooke and Rune Dahl Fitjar).
Published version (gated)

The Fall and Rise of Interregional Inequality: Explaining Shifts from Convergence to Divergence (2020), Italian Journal of Regional Science. (with Michael Storper).
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Creative Differences? Measuring Creative Economy Employment in the US and UK (2020), Regional Studies. (with Dave O’Brien and Max Nathan).
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Vulnerable Jobs and the Wage Effects of Import Competition (2019), Industrial Relations. (with Abigail Cooke and David Rigby).
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The Wider Impacts of High-Technology Employment: Evidence from U.S. Cities, 2018 (2018), Research Policy. (with Taner Osman).
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Immobility and the Brexit Vote (2018), Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society. (with Katy Morris and Neil Lee).
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Spillovers from Immigrant Diversity in Cities (2017), Journal of Economic Geography. (with Abigail Cooke).
Published version (open access)

The Economic Geography of Immigrant Diversity: Disparate Impacts and New Directions (2017), Geography Compass. (with Abigail Cooke).
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Cities, Immigrant Diversity and Complex Problem Solving (2017), Research Policy. (with Abigail Cooke).
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Urban Immigrant Diversity and Inclusive Institutions (2017 ), Economic Geography. (with Abigail Cooke).
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